Workers’ compensation costs extend far beyond the cost of your insurance policy. The costs of a workplace accident also include time lost, attorney fees, disruption to your daily operations and medical costs.
Injuries – no matter how minor or severe – can be time-consuming and costly for any business.
Here are four ways you can reduce workers’ compensation costs.
1. Make Safety a Priority
Failure to make safety a priority can lead to more accidents and higher workers’ compensation costs.
Instead of looking at safety as an expensive choice, look at it as an essential part of your company’s mission and daily practice.…Continue reading